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Friday, March 27, 2009

Milton News From Julie Zahner Bailey

Dear Milton Friends, Neighbors and Citizens,

In an effort to keep you updated on happenings around Milton, this release highlights some key meetings and topics that may be of interest to you.

I am pleased to announce the Great American Clean-up Day of Service scheduled for Saturday, April 25th. This project, spearheaded by Milton Grows Green and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, is part of two national clean-up programs, "The Great American Cleanup" and "Day of Service." It will be a terrific day of community service and citizen camaraderie as we all come together to spruce up the 202 acres of the Birmingham Parkland. Many local churches, boy scouts, girl scouts, civic organizations and more are planning to join in for this community wide volunteer park clean up event. Scroll down for details.

Location correction for the Financial Modeling meeting. The Monday, March 30th Financial Modeling meeting will be held at City Hall from 4:30-8:00. This meeting and the financial model ties to the current Comprehensive Land Use Planning update process. It is an analytical tool that will be demonstrated and discussed during this meeting which is open to the public.
Rezonings/Special Use Permit/Concurrent Variance Requests. Two special use permit requests with concurrent variances come to City Council at the April 27, 2009 meeting. The first of these cases is located at 13120 Arnold Mill (Hwy. 140) and the other is located at 15150 Birmingham Highway and Taylor Road. Please scroll down for the specifics of these two cases including links for Staff analysis.

Milton is defined by many unique features including our network of treasured gravel roads. For those interested in Milton's gravel roads please plan to attend the Thursday, April 30th Gravel Road Meeting from 6:00 - 8:00 at City Hall. Use this link for more details.

Landrum Bridge Project - Designs for the Landrum Bridge project are underway. You can view the current designs using this link. Following review of the designs, please provide input to Public Works and the consultants working on this bridge project by filling out comment cards using this link. Comment cards will be received electronically through Friday, March 27th and over the weekend.

Milton Roundup Logo Contest - Milton High School students are being asked to design the logo for the annual Milton Round-up T-shirts. The student with the winning design will receive a $100 cash prize. The entry deadline is 5/1. See the right margin for details.
Bulky Trash Day - On April 18 from 8a.m. - 2p.m., there is an opportunity for Milton residents to take large items for recycling that otherwise cannot be donated. The location for drop-off of such items is just around the corner from the Roswell Recycling Center at 1790 Hembree Rd. This is an amnesty day so there is no charge for Milton, Alpharetta and Roswell residents.
It is an honor to represent you. Please let me know if I can be of assistance to you. Julie Zahner Bailey

Milton City Council770-664-5529 (home)404-310-6344 (cell)Julie4Milton@mindspring.comJulie4Milton.com


Upcoming Rezonings/Use Permits

U09-01/VC09-01, Frank Schafer, 13120 Arnold Mill RoadRequesting a use permit for a landscaping business on 1.74 acres at a density of 3,908.04 square feet per acre (Article 19.4.27). Applicant is also requesting a 3-part concurrent variance: 1) To delete the 50' buffer and 10' improvement setback along the west property line from the right-of-way for a distance of 140' (12H.3.1 Section C.1).2) To delete the 50' buffer and 10' improvement setback along the east property line from the right-of-way for a distance of 140' (12H.3.1 Section C.1).3) To allow a sign located less than 10' from the right-of-way (Article 33 Section 21.C).

Use these links to view the two analyses prepared by staff on this case. The first link provides the initial staff analysis followed by a changed analysis as found in second link.Staff analysis of 2/24/2009Staff analysis of 3/24/2009

U09-02/VC09-02, Rob Nestor, 15150 Birmingham Highway/Taylor RoadRequesting a use permit for a landscaping business on 3.926 acres at a density of 387.92 square feet per acre (Article 19.4.27).Applicant is also requesting a concurrent variance to allow access from a local street (Article 19.4.27.B.1).

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you Julie for keeping us informed as with out you all of us would be dead.

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Anonymous said...

Alan, it is time for you to get out your "cut and paste" buttons and get your newsletter our. You are dissapointing us by being late.

Anonymous said...

I'm so sick of this woman. Even her green committee is sick of her. Makes me want to vomit. What a fake.

Anonymous said...

Take an anti-vomit suppository and STUFF it!

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Anonymous said...

NOW, NOW, there must be a proctologist among us.

Anonymous said...

Yes, there are suppositories to stop vomiting--Phenergan, for example....'HONEY'. And, yes, 'honey', they go in your ***. But first you must stop talking from it so that you can STUFF it!

Anonymous said...

To the posters above, I can say anything I want about Julie Zahner-Bailey as I have lived with this woman for over 20 years. And yes she is obsessed with this MGG commitee and it is her way of trying to get some power back. So just bite me!

Anonymous said...

Oh, boy, baaaad, Julie. Baaaad! Obsessed with a committee that's good for the environment and the community. What is the world coming to?

Anonymous said...

If you knew her, you would understand. There are underlying reasons.

Anonymous said...

Could they be related to not getting your way?

Anonymous said...

No not at all, but watch out if you get in her way.

Anonymous said...

Imagine having to be under her spell everyday? We should have a "Bill Bailey" day just to support him so he would feel like at least a boy.

Anonymous said...

Do you think Julie will support or deny these zoning issues?

Anonymous said...

I would guess deny, since they may compete with Bailey Farms and Gardens.